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CDMA Reaches More Than 420 Million Subscribers Worldwide in Q3 2007
Posted: 26-Nov-2007 [Source: CDG]

[CDG announces total cdmaOne and CDMA2000 subsriber base grew by 20 million net subscribers in Q3 2007.]

Costa Mesa, CA -- The CDMA Development Group (CDG) today announced that the total cumulative cdmaOne(tm) and CDMA2000(r) subscriber base reached 421.4 million, growing by 20 million net subscribers in Q3 2007. The CDG also reports that the 3G CDMA2000 subscriber base has reached 400.4 million. Asia Pacific (APAC), North America, and Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) continue to account for a growing percentage of worldwide CDMA subscribers.

"The CDG is pleased to witness the continued rapid growth and strength of CDMA," said Perry LaForge, executive director of the CDG. "Due to its industry-leading telephony and high-speed broadband connectivity, low-cost device availability, and substantially lower total cost of network ownership, it has become the technology of choice in emerging and developed markets alike."

APAC and North America account for the majority of CDMA subscribers, with APAC claiming 49%, and North America 32% of the worldwide total. The APAC and EMEA regions saw the greatest percentage of year-over-year growth, with the CDMA footprint increasing by 32% and 44% respectively.

The CDG also reported dynamic growth for CDMA2000, which now comprises approximately 95% of all CDMA subscribers, up from 93% last quarter, and approximately 70% of all 3G subscribers worldwide. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO finished the quarter at 83 million subscribers, an increase of eight million since last quarter and 38 million since last year (Q3 2006). Furthermore, enterprises, small businesses and consumers increasingly demand the advanced mobile broadband services enabled by CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Revision A (Rev. A). The number of operators committed to deploying or who have already deployed Rev. A has more than doubled in the past eight months. Rev. A enhances connection setup times, increases data throughputs (in both directions), reduces latencies, and enables advanced quality-of-service features.

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